Public Relations, Saxo Bank
20 November 2014

Saxo Bank wins best Forex Broker at Forex Magnates Awards

Industry vote recognises Saxo’s ongoing excellence in FX

Saxo Bank, the online multi-asset trading and investment specialist, today announces that it has won Best Forex Broker 2014 at the Forex Magnates Awards in London on Wednesday evening.

The award, determined by an industry vote, is testament to Saxo Bank’s continued leadership in the competitive electronic FX trading market.

Since its inception just 22 years ago, Saxo Bank has consistently been one of the top performers in FX trading, extending its FX leadership to other asset classes as well. SaxoTrader, the bank’s flagship trading platform, offers access to one of the widest product ranges available, including 184 FX crosses (including Spot Gold/Silver), available to both sophisticated individual and institutional traders. Today, SaxoTrader is a leading multi-asset trading platform, reflecting the bank’s vision to continue to improve the way investors trade.

This award win follows a strong run of recent accolades for Saxo Bank’s leadership in FX, including “Best Online Forex Trading System – Bank System” in Global Finance’s ‘The World’s Best Foreign Exchange Providers 2015’ awards as well as being named “Best Retail Trading Platform” by FX Week.

Commenting on the win, Gustave Rieunier, Global Head of Saxo Bank’s Foreign Exchange team, said:

“We are proud and humble that Saxo Bank continues to be recognised for its leadership in FX trading, offering clients around the world the ability to seize trading opportunities quickly, efficiently and safely.

”By raising the bar in electronic FX trading, we have become the partner of choice for the online forex trading community and many investors worldwide rely on Saxo Bank to access investment opportunities. While FX remains our most important asset class, we continue to diversify into other asset classes to extend our excellence in FX to new asset classes where our clients are seeking additional opportunities to trade.”

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